significant indirect effects of negative urgency and alcohol use through both alcohol outcome expectancies and enhancement motives.
ndividuals high on negative urgency may consume alcohol in order to ameliorate their emotional distress due to strong desires to increase positive and decrease negative experiences associated with drinking.
Negative urgency was associated with coping and enhancement motives, increases in negative urgency were associated with greater coping motives (β = 0.37, SE(β) = 0.08 95% CI[0.21, 0.49]) and higher motives for drinking to enhance
Negative urgency was also associated alcohol outcome expectancies such that higher urgency predicted greater positive expectancies
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